MacMillan

MacMillan During its long history, Macmillan has been concerned to build a reputation for decency and integrity and to preserve a strong ethical code. They are working towards achieving the additional environmental standards set out in the UN Global Compact 2006 and are committed to continue aligning their operations and strategies with the 10 universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.

Their objectives are:
To build a truly diverse and culturally sensitive work force by encouraging short and long-term job mobility inter-country and internationally between our companies based on talent and merit.
To encourage staff retention from diverse backgrounds at both entry level and in management positions.
To continue becoming a carbon neutral group of Companies.
To encourage and work with our staff and suppliers to uphold the 10 universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour relations, the environment and anti-corruption as set out in the UN Global Compact 2006.
To work with Governments and Educational Institutions around the world to promote education for all.